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Three To Try: Cleansing Oils


There's one moment I look forward to every day: when I can remove my makeup. As much as I love wearing it, taking it off and cleansing my complexion is such a joy. I want to effectively yet gently remove every trace of makeup and SPF, leaving my skin prepped and ready for treatments, and I find cleansing oils are the perfect solution. I'm a little bit spoilt as I have a few different options in my bathroom at the moment.

DHC Deep Cleansing Oil* | Somewhat of a cult classic, this olive oil based cleansing oil makes quick work of heavy makeup. Intensely moisturising and packed with nutrients and the antioxidant qualities of olive oil, I find this DHC offering perfect for days when my skin is feeling sensitive and need of some TLC. It leaves my skin super soft and smoothed, with no trace of even waterproof makeup or oil residue left behind.

Kiehl's Midnight Botanical Recovery Cleansing Oil | This lightweight oil from the cult Midnight Recovery range is such an indulgent oil. It's packed full of botanicals such as evening primrose oil, lavender to help you relax and omega 6 fatty acids to help nourish the skin. It's the least purse friendly of the three, but one that is such a joy to use that it's easily justifiable. I really enjoy massaging this Kiehl's oil into my skin for a few minutes, whilst inhaling the calming lavender scent which really helps me unwind after a long day.

Palmer's Ultra Gentle Facial Cleansing Oil* | For a more affordable cleansing oil I wouldn't overlook this one at all. It's a blend of eight essential oils and vitamin E so it really does give the more expensive Kiehl's pick a run for its money. It's beautiful and light to apply and melts into a soft milk on contact with water, leaving the skin's moisture levels perfectly balanced. The cocoa butter scent is quite mild, so perfect if you're not the biggest fan. Personally I adore cocoa butter so it's a shame it's not a little stronger!

Do you like cleansing oils and have you tried any of these?


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